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Fateh’s Reformists supports descendants of Holocaust survivors’ protest against Israel’s Genocide in Gaza

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Fateh’s Reformist Democratic Faction expresses full support for the profound display of compassion and historical awareness, proclaimed by good willed peace loving people across the world, especially the diverse assembly of prominent public figures, rabbis, lawmakers, academics, and descendants of Holocaust survivors, spanning generations from young to elderly, who gathered last night outside the residence of Israel genocide supporter and complicit war criminal Senator Chuck Schumer, in Brooklyn, New York to protest his shameful stance on the aggression on Gaza, to voice their deep concern over the blood bath unfolding in the besieged Strip, and to stand in unity against the suffering of Palestinian civilians under .
This remarkable gathering came together with a shared mission, urging an immediate end to the ongoing genocide in Gaza. Dimitri Diliani, Fateh’s Reformist Democratic Faction’s Spokesperson, conveyed Fateh’s heartfelt support to the protesters. He remarked, “In the face of the Israeli genocide in Gaza and the suffering in besieged Strip, it is only a human moral duty to call for an end to Israeli war crimes and the suffering of innocent civilians. This issue transcends politics; it is also a humanitarian crisis that demands global attention.”
The protest in New York resulted in the arrest of peace activists including rabbis and descendants of Holocaust survivors, who refused to be silenced. They proudly displayed a banner with a powerful message: “Jews Say — Stop Genocide Against Palestinians,” echoing their commitment to a more compassionate and just world.

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